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IW to GDraw

How to convert an IW file to a Google Drawing in your Drive 103 Student Folder
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Bruce Mercer

on 23 January 2013

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Transcript of IW to GDraw

How to convert an IW file
to a Google Drawing ...and save it in your 103 Student Folder 1) logon to your Gmail account
...and click on Drive http://student.bisdtx.org/ Lunch Code (ID #) Same as starting
your computer 2) Click on your 103 Student folder
(it should be highlighted in red
if you have it opened) 3) Click CREATE then Drawing Choose Create and share here ...and you should see something like this 4) Open your IW file to the
page you want to save 5) Use ‘ctrl+A’ to select everything on the page
...and ‘ctrl+C’ to copy all of it 6) Click on your drawing and use ‘ctrl+V’ to paste your IW page onto your drawing …then resize it to fit 7) Click the words ‘Untitled Drawing’ and enter your file name in the popup box 8) Check to make sure you’ve saved it in your 103 Student Folder so I can see it! 4.2 means the 2nd assignment of the
4th 6 Weeks grading period Click on the folder icon ...and if you don't see this Click on the Organize button and then click on your name to check it Make sure you click the select
arrow first! You should see boxes around everything
if you've selected it all using 'ctrl+A'
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